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As state of emergency ends, Turkey mulls new…

As Turkey's two-year-long state of emergency comes to an end, the government is set to introduce new anti-terrorism laws that the opposition insists are just as repressive

Thai Boys Rescued From Cave Last Week Make First…

The 12 boys and their soccer coach were released from the hospital Wednesday.

Trump made at least 8 requests to meet Rouhani, Iran claims

US pastor denied release in latest trial hearing…

A court in western Turkey has again denied a request for the release from custody of an American pastor who is on trial on charges of aiding terror groups and engaging espionage

The Cost Of The US Embassy In Jerusalem Is…

President Donald Trump said the renovations to the temporary U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem would cost less than half a million dollars.

Military veterans divided over Trump's Russia…

Current and U.S. veterans are split over President Donald Trump's statements in Helsinki on Russian meddling in the 2016 election

UK Prime Minister Theresa May Wins Key Brexit…

Parliament narrowly voted not to join a customs union.

BRIEF: Road accident in Ankara: 1 dead, 4 wounded

Mere gun lover, or Siberian spy? Maria Butina's curious path

A 29-year-old Siberian woman faces a hearing on accusations she spied on the United States

Obama Touches On Values, US Politics During…

Obama focused his speech on the values Mandela stood for during his life — including democracy, diversity and equal opportunities for all.

Trump made at least 8 reuquest to meet Rouhani, Iran claims

EU fines Google a record $5 billion over mobile…

The European Union has fined Google a record $5 billion for forcing cellphone makers that use the company's Android mobile operating system to install Google apps

Japan And The EU Have Signed The 'Largest…

President of the European Council Donald Tusk and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe signed the agreement Tuesday in Tokyo.

BRIEF: Military aircraft crashed in Mexico

OAS condemns human rights abuses in Nicaragua

The Organization of American States adopted a resolution Wednesday condemning human rights abuses committed by Nicaraguan police and armed pro-government civilians since massive protests against President Daniel Ortega began in mid-April

US Challenges Retaliatory Tariffs Imposed By 5…

The U.S. launched the disputes at the World Trade Organization on Monday.